Opinion

Adebayo Adedeji and Africa’s Ideology of Development, By Tunji Olaopa

His ideas and legacies are still intact, left on the burner and awaiting that revolutionary government that would push them into bold implementation. Nothing else would constitute the proper honour for Professor Adebayo Adedeji — pan-Africanist, public intellectual, economist, national development planner, and scholar. The world recently lost a colossal…
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Opinion

The Health Benefits of Chili Peppers On Hypertension and Weight Control, By Mukaila Kareem

...people who like spicy foods tend to consume less salt and have lower blood pressure than those who dislike spicy foods. Obviously, eating spicy foods usually triggers the acute desire to drink more water and people hardly look for salt shakers to appease the hot sensation. Introduction Plants do not…
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Opinion

The Harry-Meghan Royal Wedding: Lessons For Our Dignitaries, By Joe Keshi

More than an hour to the commencement of the ceremony, guests were already arriving, and got ushered in with dignity and respect. The VIPs did not show up with their aides struggling to sit directly behind them. All seats had numbers and names on them. There were no protocol or…
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Opinion

Subversive Reflections On the Royal Wedding, By Chris Ngwodo

There is much to learn from the House of Windsor’s understated political aptitude and its capacity for ceaseless rejuvenation through the savvy use of spectacle, myth and symbolism despite the rising tide of republican, anti-monarchical and tax-payer resentment. This is especially true for governing elites in places where states are…
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